Museums and Galleries

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Carinthian gallery of fine arts

Glavni trg 24, 2380 Slovenj Gradec

+386 (0)2 882 21 31,

+386 (0)2 620 36 50

galerija@glu-sg-si

www.glu-sg.si

Carinthian gallery of fine arts

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During the week, the Gallery is open from 9.00 a.m. to 18.00 p.m. On Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00 a.m. to 13.00 p.m. and from 14.00 p.m. to 17.00 p.m. On Mondays the Gallery is closed.

Price: Adults 2,0 €; Youth 1,5 €; Family 5 €; A group of more than 10 people has 10 % discount.

The galery’s collections: International art collection and the collection of Slovenian artists, permanent collection of Bogdan Borčič, Hommage to Jože Tisnikar, Tretjak’s African collection, the Museum of social aesthetics of Pino Poggi and Open air gallery.

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Carinthian regional museum Slovenj Gradec

Glavni trg 24, 2380 Slovenj Gradec

+386 (0)2 621 25 22

info.sg@kpm.si

www.kpm.si

Carinthian regional museum Slovenj Gradec

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Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday from 9.00 to 18.00, Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 13.00 and from 14.00 to 17.00 For groups and outside opening hours by prior arrangement.

The musem’s collections: The Archaeological Collection, The Cajnkar Collection, The Ethnological Collection from Libeliče, The Collection of Modern History, The Prodnik Collection of Ethnological Objects, The Collection of Koroški Radio, The Collection about dr. Ljuba Prenner, The Čarf Collection of Painted Beehive Panels Annexes: Pauček’s hospital at Pohorje, The Church of St. George, Gestapo prisons in Dravograd.

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Honey heaven Perger 1757

Pohorska c. 14, 2380 Slovenj Gradec

+386 (0)2 884 14 96

+386 (0)41 668 898

info@perger1757.si

www.perger1757.si

Honey heaven Perger 1757

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Honey paradise – The Gallery and Museum Perger 1757 
In Slovenj Gradec you can meet the one and only European gingerbread and candle maker, whose tradition dates back to 1757. The Perger family have been master makers of a broad range of honey and honeycomb products since 1757, when it yielded the first generation of gingerbread and candle makers. Vast technological knowledge and family secrets have been passed down from generation to generation. 
Are you interested in how we produce gingerbread hearts and other products of gingerbread? Maybe how we produce real wax candles? You can also try the best homemade sweets free of preservatives and artificial colours. 
Today, the Perger gingerbread and candle makers workshop is the only one still making traditional gingerbread products and candles, such as honey pastry, a range of gingerbread products, mead, honey brandy, candles for various occasion, energy candles, designed by Oskar Kogoj, energy heart, organic honey and non-alcoholic drinks. 
House of masterpieces Perger 1757 is one of the most interesting tourist points in Slovenia, and thus also in Slovenj Gradec, since every visitor meets with more than two and a half centuries old heritage gingerbread and candle making craft. 
All this and more you will learn and enjoy at the only European gingerbread and candle maker with tradition since 1757, which is already famous around the world by its tradition and products. 
The gallery and museum are open for tourists by prior arrangement. 

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The museum of Hugo Wolf

Glavni trg 40, 2380 Slovenj Gradec

+386 (0)2 621 25 45

+386 (0)2 621 25 22 (tajništvo)

info@hugowolf.si

www.hugowolf.si

The museum of Hugo Wolf

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Hugo Wolf, who reached worldwide acclaim in the music capital of Europe at that time – Vienna, spent his childhood in Slovenj Gradec. Young Hugo was a child prodigy, playing the violin like a virtuoso. When he succeeded in reaching his musical peak in Vienna, he was praised as the untouchable master of solo. Hugo died young, medically insane. In his memory, his mother commissioned a picture window for the parish church, which is still preserved today. 

The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 16.00. 

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